Job Details
Position: Manager, Capacity Development, Gender Justice and Diversity Programme (Contractual)
No of Vacancy: N/A
Job Description/Responsibilities:

Lead in developing the operational plan and budget in line with organisational gender need and BRAC gender strategy
Analyse organisational context and deliver solutions to support the BRAC gender strategy and drive gender responsive performance
Create gender responsive institutional system and mechanism throughout the organisation to promote gender responsive work environment
Analyse training modalities, innovate ideas, generate new knowledge and lead capacity development plan for BRAC staff to promote gender equality, VAWC and climate change adaptation
Lead advance level gender training, learning visits including internal and external for capacity development of GJ&D and partner programme staff
Ensure proactive response to information and reporting needs by the line management and management of partner programme/ department in relation to the BRAC gender strategy
Facilitate gender responsive institutional system and mechanism that women and men in BRAC have equal opportunities for participation, personal growth, professional advancement and contribution towards the organisation’s mission and vision
Lead and address the BGS goals related to organisation that focused on harassment free congenial work environment and bringing more women staff at mid-level management
Facilitate and manage gender climate survey, perception survey and gender audit to assess gender responsive organisational culture and report to BRAC management
Review policies and structure of the organisation as per organisational need
Coordinate the Gender Focal Point platform at HO and build their capacities to advocate for gender equality
Support Monitoring and Evaluation and Knowledge Management team to ensure result tracking of Gender responsive work environment action and other need based action
Provide technical advice, direction and support to Zonal Manager and Senior Sector Specialist and Sector Specialist to achieve impact on gender and women empowerment through trainings and capacity development of staff
Organise quarterly learning sharing meeting with team to execute capacity development plan
Strategic oversight of planning, budgeting, implementing and monitoring of the capacity development programme, tracking use of financial resources in accordance with BRAC rules and regulations and of capacity building expected outcomes in line with programme expectations
Ensure the safety of team members from any harm, abuse, neglect, harassment and exploitation to achieve the safeguarding goals while acting as a key source of support, guidance and expertise for establishing a safe working environment in accordance to its reporting procedures. Practice, promote, encourage and endorse the safeguarding policy and implementation standards among team members in case of any reportable incident
Educational Requirements:
Masters in Social Science especially in Sociology/ Social work/ Gender studies/ Psychology/ Anthropology from reputed university with all second class/ division or equivalent GPA/ CGPA 2.00 in all academic examinations
Experience Requirements:
At least 5 years of working experience
Additional Job Requirements:

Have experiences in Gender mainstreaming in Organisational Development
Experience in develop and review policies
Expertise in developing Capacity Development approaches
Skills in designing ODU result tracking mechanism
Capacity to address organisational work environment issues
Experience and/ or capacity as a trainer/ facilitator
Experience in field supervision and staff management and budget management
Good interpersonal skills and ability to work in and with teams and cross-cultural sensitivity
Skills in development of gender sensitive training modules and materials
Age Range: N/A
Salary Range: Negotiable
Other Benefits:
Festival Bonus, Health and life Insurance as per organisational policy
Job Location:
BRAC Head Office
Other Way to Apply:
You may send your updated CV to resume@brac.net mentioning the position name in subject line
Last Apply Date: 17/Sep/2019